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Standing Up For Consumers And Workers’ Rights — The Grubb Law Group

Were you sold a product that later turned out to be defective or dangerous? Did a car dealership sell you a vehicle without fully disclosing its many problems? Were you the victim of unfair or deceptive sales practices? Were you the victim of employment discrimination or had your employee rights violated by your employer?
Big businesses aren’t always looking out for the little guy, but The Grubb Law Group is. We are dedicated to seeking justice for consumers, workers and everyday people who have had their rights violated by employers, manufacturers, car dealerships, creditors and more. Our compassion is matched only by our dedication to seeking favorable outcomes for our clients.
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Protecting Consumer And Workers’ Rights Since 1979

Based in Charleston, West Virginia, The Grubb Law Group is led by attorney David L. Grubb and Kristina Thomas Whiteaker. Together they have more than 50 years of combined experience handling an extensive caseload concerning:

Consumer fraud – Including Lemon Law cases, auto sales fraud, mobile home warranty problems, unfair debt collection practices, and other unfair or deceptive practices against consumers.

Employee rights violations – Including workplace discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, wage and hour law violations, FMLA violations and more.

Products liability claims – For dangerous, defective or harmful household products, children’s toys, vehicles, tires, automotive parts, food, pharmaceuticals, tools, equipment and other products.

Premises liability claims – Involving dangerous property conditions that resulted in injuries or wrongful death.

Class actionsRegarding product safety issues, employee rights violations, workplace discrimination, consumer fraud, credit fraud and other unfair or deceptive acts or practices.

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Learn more about our level of service by checking out our case results.
David Crawford, et al., on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, v. Spartan Mining Company and Don Blankenship, Fayette County Circuit Court (Judge Blake) — Age Discrimination, Employment Discrimination, Class Action. This case involved a class of over 200 coal miners who were not hired by this Massey Energy subsidiary.
David Crawford, et al., on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, v. Spartan Mining Company and Don Blankenship, Fayette County Circuit Court (Judge Blake) — Age Discrimination, Employment Discrimination, Class Action. This case involved a class of over 200 coal miners who were not hired by this Massey Energy subsidiary.
Donna Fish v. DuPont — Wrongful Death. This case involved the wrongful death of Danny Fish, who died after being exposed to a chemical leak at DuPont’s plant in Belle, West Virginia. Mr. Fish was an exemplary employee, who worked for DuPont for more than 30 years.
Anthony and Gerri Riffle, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, v. White Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge of Ripley, Inc., G. F. White, Paul White and Bank One, West Virginia, N.A., U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of WV (Judge Pearson) — Auto Sales Fraud, Unfair or Deceptive Practices, Civil Conspiracy and Joint Venture.
Mary Martin v. WVU Hospitals, Inc., U. S. District Court for the Northern District of WV (Judge Stamp) — Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Disability Discrimination and Wrongful Discharge. Ms. Martin worked as a discharge planner at Chestnut Ridge Hospital.
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Tell Us Your Story – We’re Here To Listen And Help

Big corporations have a way of making you feel like you’re alone in your fight to recover damages after suffering an injustice. When you work with the compassionate lawyers at The Grubb Law Group, however, we put the law in your corner.

We may be a small firm, but we use our decades of experience and passion for seeking justice to build strong cases that seek favorable outcomes for our clients. We will fight for the best possible outcome because you deserve nothing less.

If you would like to schedule a free initial consultation at our office in Charleston, call 304-982-7755 or send us a message online. Your consultation with one of the experienced lawyers is always confidential and tailored to your needs.

If your rights were violated by an employer or company, we want to hear about it. Our friendly staff and team of attorneys will treat you with respect, listen to your story and lay out all available options. Whether it’s better to settle out of court or take matters before a judge, you can rest assured knowing we will only do what’s in your best interests.